Abstract

Relationships among dolomite, chert, and quartz sand grains within the Cambro-Ordovician Knox Group in the vicinity of Blacksburg, Virginia, bear directly on the manner, time, and environment of dolomite and chert formation. Of particular interest is the fact that dolomitization was at times and in places interrupted by the introduction of silica.

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